Recipe VaritiesPosted on Sep 2nd, 2009by Sowmya VenkatachalamCategories:All Recipes Recipe VarietiesSweet VarietiesSnacksPickleVariety RiceKootuKuzhambuPodi VarietiesBreakfast DishesRasamPoriyalVeg GraviesChutneyFestival RecipesEvent Recipes(Visited 4,118 times, 1 visits today)Related Posts:SitemapNo Onion No Garlic RecipesPuli Kuzhambu Podi Recipe | Kuzhambu Spice Powder RecipeGreen Chutney and Sweet Chutney Recipes for ChaatBrinjal Podi Curry Recipe | Kathirikkai Podi Pota CurryDiwali Recipes – 75+ Diwali Sweets &…Chammanthi Podi Recipe | Kerala Style Roasted…White Pumpkin Kootu| Vellai Poosanikai kootu | Ash… Sowmya VenkatachalamIT Engineer turned full time Food Blogger. I ♡ FOOD. I also love food blogging.Did you make a recipe? Tag @Subbusktichen on Instagram. I WANNA SEE! 44 Comments Hide Commentscan you please post recipe for Gothsu ( katharikai or tomato)ReplyHiI usually make the gotsu with the available vegitables. YOu can refer the same in the below linkhttps://www.subbuskitchen.com/2009/09/idly-sambar-gotsu.htmlReplyமாமி, வெரைட்டியான துவையல் ரெசிபி கொடுங்களேன்..தேங்காய், பருப்பு, புதினா, வெங்காயம் தவிர வேற துவையல் ஏதேனும் இருக்கா???Replysorry mami, i just now saw the thovaiyal recipes…I'll try that tommorrow…thanks…ReplyIt was nice to review all your post…thanks for sharing. Can you pls share some food recipe for my 1yr son like Breakfast and evening dishesReplyhi mami,can you give me the kollu thugayal without adding garlic and onionReplymami,enaku hotel sambar recipe venum. pls post it.Replyhi mamaii have seen your diwali recepies its simply superbReplyplease post juice varities like veg and fresh juice receipes mam.Replycan you post some authentic recipes with vellai poosanikkai (white pumkin)ReplyPlease update all in tamil language….SathiyaReplyrespected madam, I always like the dishes u prepare and they are very good. Many items I have tried out and it came well. We are proud of u. Thanks for giving us variety of recipes. Best wishes and give us more mouthwatering recipes. madhumathi firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyThanks MadhumathiReplyDear Subbalakshmimami, I am writing to tell you what a wonderful website you have developed. My family emigrated from India 50 years ago, and i come to your website to learn how to cook authentic dishes. Due to lack of ingredients, even my elder relatives have forgotten how to make many of the items on your site. I like all of the detailed procedures and descriptions that you give of religious events also. It's a great help to us who are trying to maintain our traditions. Thank you so much and please keep up the work for our sake. Sincerely,PadmajaReplyMami Could you please post the recipe for authentic mullu thenzhoyalReplyHi,The link for mullu thengkuzhal is https://www.subbuskitchen.com/2009/10/mullu-thenguzhalmullu-muruku.htmlReplyYour recipes are fantastic but your site is not user friendly. It is difficult to look up specific recipes and its tedious going through them page by page. It would be nice if you include a search bar that allows you to look up specific recipes. I am looking for sambar varieties but am finding it to be a tedious process. Thanks and would really appreciate if you could do something about this.ReplyMaami ur site is very very nice. All receipes r very useful.Badhusha receipe is superb. i tried. it was very nice. pls sugeest me some more tiffin receipe, and pl tell me the receipe of gulab jamun.thks maami.Replypl give me receipt of katharikkai gotzu ( peria katharikkai sutta piragu)ReplyMami, we need the recipe for the Rawa Kichadi and semiya kichadi.ReplyHi Mohan,The Rawa Kichadi recipe is in the below linkhttp://www.subbuskitchen.com/…/rawa-kichadi-vegetable-upma.htmlReplySeriously amazing collection of recipes. For starters I didn't know there were that many types of kozhukattai! And all of them so nutritious and tasty. Thanks a ton for them all! 🙂ReplyMami can you please give the recipe for akki roti my daughter likes it pleaseReplyMami please give the recepie for akki rotiReplySure Rama will publish soon…ReplyHello MamiI follow your receipes and festivals. They are awesone and very helpful for me. I live in New Zealand. Few weeks ago i saw one cauliflower recepe in red colour, but couldn't find it any more. I am not talking about cauliflower maligai. Please post the cauliflower receipes , I guess its chilli gobi, not sure though.Replycan I have vegetable barbeque recipeReplyMaami, please post uppuma recipeReplyPlease mami will you post Ribbon ( Nada ) recipe.GeethaReplymaami, you recipe blog is very much useful, just a suggestion, could you add a page that only list the names of the recipe. similar to recipe index without photos. this will really help and reduces the searching time..Replyi tried puliogare .nice .it came out well…nx a lot auntyReplyVery good.I am trying all your recipes one by one. Kaara chatni is very good.I have cooked Kadappa many times.Very nice taste.Keep up the good service.ThanksR.ChandrasekharReplyhello maami, I love your recipes and try each and everything. It will be helpful for many, if you could create a recipe index as without onion/Garlic. Because, for auspicious days, we should avoid onion/garlic receipes. :-(. seriously, i will be scratching my head everytime, what to cook with out onion.. 🙁ReplyThanks for your sweet words Lakshmi. I will soon create a recipe index for dishes without onion and garlic.ReplyThanks a lot Sowmya for all your efforts. Thanks a lot, Thanks u so much. I am so happy after seeing ur reply. Thanks for understanding people like me.. :-). my thinking time will be reduced so much.. Thanks a lot..ReplyMaami, iam a big fan of your blog. I live in uk and iam a mom of twin boys, i sincerly request u to post some baby/toddler recipes .it will be useful for all new mommies living abroad.ReplyHi, thanks for being fan of my blog. Please refer this link for few toddler recipes. I will enhance this soon. Thanks.https://www.subbuskitchen.com/search/label/Toddlers%20RecipesReplyCan u plz share how to make garlic rice and ghee rice with side dishes…ReplyAmazing recipe. I want to try it. It's healthy and nutritious. And having brought about the tiffin container, its perfect! Oh, you might want to visit Happy Tiffin for more other tiffin carriers with different style and design. You'll love it!ReplyHello, Very nice recipes indeed…I will try them out soon….thank you..God blessCynthiaReplyCan you please send me few breakfast recipes for pregnant woman?ReplyHello may I know Whether i can give puzugal arisi kanji for my four months babyReply4 months is little too early for the baby to digest puzhungal arisi, pls give after 6 monthsReplyMay I know Can I give puzugal arisi kanji to my four months babyReplyAdd Your Comment Cancel replyCommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.